Howard Johnson Hotel Zhangjiang Shanghai

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

No.2288 Zuchongzi Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201203, China
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  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo85
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

Airport to downtown

by rindlay

Hello everyone. This has probably been asked a million times, but whats the best method to get in from Pudong airport to the centre, New Harbour apartments.

Re: Airport to downtown

by Helenbb

taxi. cost around RMB140-150, Euro 14-15.

have a nice trip .

Re: Airport to downtown

by Helenbb

Or by airport shuttle bus # 5, get off at people’s square, I don’t know the cost, but the total cost for this route is RMB18; then take a taxi , the cost is around RMB11 .

Re: Airport to downtown

by ellyse

What time are you arriving at Pudong airport?
How many of you are there and how much luggage do you have?
Do you have any financial or time constraints?

Re: Airport to downtown

by gaolei

See my page for directions on using the Maglev. Once at the Metro station in Pudong, you can easily transfer to subway or take a taxi to your hotel. Also see the warning about the taxis on my shanghai page.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/9/ Maglev Directions
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/8/ Warnings for taxis at the airport and Malev station.

Re: Airport to downtown

by perpetuum

The least hassle is to take a taxi. Cost is about 150 Kuai (as others have said). When you jump in, say "Da Biao" (start the meter). Have your destination written down in Chinese to hand the driver - the despatchers are too busy to help with directions.

The Maglev is a blast, BUT it's not cheap (90 Kuai, I think) and the terminus is miles from downtown. So you have to transfer to the subway. Which is excellent, but no fun with luggage. Or you end up taking a taxi from the Maglev station, for no net time savings.

Re: Airport to downtown

by bluebog

Does anyone know if the airport bus accepts passengers with big luggage? Could not see from the photos of the bus someone posted. Thanks

Re: Airport to downtown

by ellyse

Yes, the luggage goes in the luggage compartment at the bottom of the bus.
It would be pretty silly for an airport shuttle to not have space for luggage that everyone who flies would be carrying... :P

Re: Airport to downtown

by bluebog

Thanks for replying. Just wanted to be sure as I saw from a picture a passenger placing his luggage on the passageway in the bus, so was concerned that this 'budget' mode of transport might not have such a luggage facility.

Re: Airport to downtown

by ellyse

Airport shuttle no.2 also has a luggage rack inside the bus, near the front.

Re: Airport to downtown

by BIW

I stayed at the New Harbor Apartments about 1 month ago. I enjoyed it.

Re: Airport to downtown

by gaolei

The Maglev is 40 RMB with an airline ticket each way. Taxi to the hotel is anothe 50. You can get to a hotel for 100 or less ar a safe high rate of speed. A taxi is 150, and most are unsafe at any speed. And, the speed they can achieve is limited by traffic. The Maglev also has luggage racks next to every door.

You will also find guys with minivans who will drive you to a hotel for 200 rmb. You can also take a minibus with a bunch of other people, stopping at every hotel along the way.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Cultural Resistance

by solopes

In most Chinese cities that we visited, the signs of modernity and fast growth are recent. Not in Shanghai; there, it is easy to notice that development and growth are a sustainable and continuous process, with successive cultures and people leaving their marks. THat's why it becomes very important to preserve the good ancient signs from being swallowed by the concrete fever. This is visible in Shanghai, and I hope they keep on taking it seriously.

Nighlife

by wkm

Taxi drivers always suggest you nightspots, beware of them. Go with locals or somewhere u r familiar of. Always look at the price of the food or drink before taking order. Coffe could cost more than red wine in some spots.

California style Japanese food in Shanghai

by crewrower about haiku by hatsune

Good food, but you can easily spend a ton of money here in a hurry, but at least the sushi is fresh. People rave about the Motorola and 119 rolls. The are good, but at up to US$10 per roll, which is basically an appetizer, they're not cheap. The setting is nice - sit by the windows to get either a street view or of the illuminated bamboo in the inner court yard.

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Coffee at Starbucks

by Jay_in_YYJ

American culture is invasive. Fast food, coffee houses, fashion, though they do not appear to be doing well with electronics or automobiles! Never-the-less, having a Starbucks coffee in the heart of Shanghai feels somewhat decadent, if not SINFUL!

Shanghai

by gaizee

"Shanghai"

What can I say about Shanghai, Fascinating, Modern, Old, Cosmopolitan, Unique, all of these things and more.
What an imposing city with modern high rise buildings on one side of the river and the grand architecture of the old buildings on The Bund side of the river,
Each time we visit Shanghai, I am excited to see the changes in this wonderful evolving city.
Must sees: French Concession
The Bund
The Markets
Must Do's: Have a massage
Eat in one of the many resturants on The Bund
Walk along The Bund at night to see the lights
Walk around the French Concession

"Grand Hyatt"

The Grand Hyatt hotel starts on the 53rd floor of the Jin Mao Tower, very imposing building

"Over looking Pudong"

Second day in Shanghai and we spend it walking around exploring

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Address: No.2288 Zuchongzi Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201203, China